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16-year-old killed by deputy in courtroom shooting

New York Post – by Jacky Salo

A 16-year-old boy was fatally shot by a deputy in an Ohio courtroom after an altercation involving the victim’s family, according to authorities.

Joseph Haynes appeared at the Franklin County court Wednesday for a hearing on a firearms charge when he was struck by a stray bullet, the Alliance Review reported

“At some point, as the hearing was concluding, there was an altercation involving the deputy and some of the family members,” Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigations chief Rick Minerd told the newspaper.

Authorities said the deputy, whose identity wasn’t released, was knocked to the ground and fired a shot.

Haynes was hit by the bullet and rushed to Grant Medical Center, where he died about 30 minutes later, according to ABC News.

“Anytime there’s a deputy-involved shooting where we’ve got the public involved, obviously it’s a terrible incident,” Franklin County Commissioner John O’Grady told the Alliance Review. “Our hearts go out to the deputy, the family and anyone involved.”


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3 Responses to 16-year-old killed by deputy in courtroom shooting

  1. StBernardnot says:

    Uh Huh! “teen”. Uh Huh!

  2. Enemy of the State says:

    There should be no reason for any court pig to shoot anyone

    No one but them is armed in our courthouses

    So there should not be any fearing for ones life
    The “teen” could not have been armed in any way

  3. Paul says:

    name address, what kind of car. where he eats, goes to church etc.

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